In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(on pottery, brick, tiles)vidriado masculine
- After the bisque firing has been completed, the item is ready for glazing - the glaze is made from elements extracted from the Earth.
- The scabbard was decorated with patterns much similar to that of the hilt, and was enameled in a smooth glaze.
- As the glaze melts in firing, it fuses with the decoration, forming a glossy surface that maintains the line quality of the surface decoration.
- Faience is a glass-like material, made by heating a paste consisting of sand or crushed quartz, an alkali such as plant ash, and a glaze, until vitrification occurs.
- Later, colorful enamels were added on top of the clear glaze.
- Light reflections on the ceramic glaze and the lacquer surface emphasize the lustrous qualities of each.
- People learn how to hand decorate a collection of unglazed pottery with water-based glazes.
- My new pots are clay and are finished with a decorative glaze.
- A transparent glaze is applied overall and, finally, the piece is fired again.
- The Sheffield Leadmill was built in 1759 and produced pigments for paint and pottery glazes.
- Each student may choose no more than two different glazes - this helps to eliminate the problem of runny glazes caused by too-thick coatings.
- After the first firing, each layer is taken apart and glazed with a clear glaze.
- He made a number of vases with opaque white glazes applied over mat green, blue, and white glazes.
- For upper grades, students may want to try to mix their own ash glazes and test fire on pieces of pottery in their school's kiln, if the school has one.
- As time went by, the invention of glass made jewelry less expensive and glazes became possible that made pottery waterproof.
- It is then fabric-painted and polished to give it a glaze before being fixed on the base object.
- Potters also discovered that the ash could be used to create glazes for ceramic crafts.
- A water coupe, often decorated with a peach-bloom glaze, was a small, precious vessel designed for a scholar's table.
- At the same time, Iraqi potters developed luster glazes by adding metallic elements to the surface of the glazed piece before a second firing in the kiln.
- They are also made with the potter's wheel as well as glazes and enamels introduced from Spain.
- The painted decoration soaks into the white glaze.
- Its color is derived primarily from the clay, but can be varied even further with coatings, glazes, and other additives.
- It had a smiley face, garish colors, a bright glaze - 40s or 50s kitsch.
- Strontium sulfate is sometimes used to produce iridescence in glass and pottery glazes, and can also be used as a fining agent (to remove bubbles in the molten glass) in crystal glass.
2(on fabric, leather, paper)glaseado masculine
- Apply the crackle glaze at the thickness that worked best for you when you did your test samples.
- When used in media such as egg tempera these pigments are insufficiently transparent to make true glazes.
- I sometimes use liquid matt glazes and sometimes use gloss glazes.
- He drew with his brush in transparent glaze and build up form with multiple stokes.
- I use wax to then apply a gloss glaze over an area in a different manner.
- Use a spoon to spread a little glaze on each bun, in the shape of a cross.
- If desired, drizzle with icing sugar glaze.
- And I was impressed enough to pick up a jar of Cabernet wine jelly, which I hope to use as a glaze on some lamb.
- Succulent beef was grilled and marinated in a spicy glaze then tossed with hot chilies, fresh cilantro leaves, and cooling slices of cucumbers.
- Fold in the egg whites, apricot glaze, food coloring and mint extract.
- They tasted like glue and the honey glaze was too hard I nearly lost a tooth.
- Raise the heat a little, stirring until the liquid evaporates away leaving a silky glaze.
- A sweet, tangy soy glaze will please even people who aren't crazy about fish.
- In a small skillet, melt remaining butter; add carrots and chicken stock and cook until liquid in pan has reduced to a glaze.
- Lobster bisque is solid, but the lobster roll is mushy, gaining zippola from a pepper glaze.
- Wacky Pennies are made of a delicious South American imitation chocolate with a fine brownish sugar glaze.
- Fold in the egg whites and apricot glaze and fold until just combined.
- Their screams are a honey glaze like you might find pooling beneath a baklava.
- Spoon the vinaigrette in between the saffron glaze border and the tuna.
- But ultimately, they tasted like baked donuts with an apple glaze.
- For the glaze: whisk the egg, yolk, water, and salt together, then brush the surfaces.
- Brush the glaze over each filet one minute before cooking is through.
- They are a traditional ring doughnut with a wafer thin sugar glaze.
- I'm struggling with what to use as cake topping: chocolate glaze?
- Two light coats of egg wash or milk and oil glaze are better than one heavy coat.
1(fit with glass)(building) acristalarto glaze a window/door — ponerle vidrio(s) a una ventana/puerta
- Two three-storey blocks of offices flank a central glazed atrium.
- The long, glazed facade provides uninterrupted views of the track and city skyline beyond.
- Upstairs, etched glass light wells diffuse luminance into the restaurant and glazed screens enclose private rooms.
- The sandstone, glass and zinc building includes glazed staircases, landscaped courtyards and a high-level glass bridge.
2(make shiny, glossy)
- I ordered a chocolate cappuccino and a dozen glazed donuts.
- I grab a chocolate glazed doughnut and sit with it and my coffee at the counter.
- The crockery is fired and glazed earthenware and the cutlery an inexpensive style.
- Mango pudding made from fresh mangos was my favourite, while the barbecued pork with honey glazing uses the tender meat at the neck rather than the traditional ribs.
- After an all-day epic you wouldn't be crazy enough to stuff 10 glazed doughnuts into your mouth.
- He also glazes them with ghee (clarified butter) during cooking to keep them soft.
- When glazed on both sides, the casserole is meant for oven cooking only.
- Saute over high heat until vegetables are cooked through and glazed with butter.
- Both glazed and unglazed terra-cotta pottery pieces are sold in markets.
- The safest option is a glazed ceramic pot that has been fired at a high temperature.
- The Indian navy has salvaged canons, porcelain and brown glazed pottery among other things.
- Once dry, goblets and bowls were glazed, fired and ready for use.
- Her lips were glazed with a sugary lip-gloss, and pink eyeliner highlighted her hazel eyes.
- The second evening will involve painting and glazing the pottery piece.
- Mia scampered off into the kitchen and came back with some scones with honey butter glazed on them.
- Pork loin glazed with sweet honey, carrots, potatoes and salted herring.
- What you expect are plump oysters, set on cushion of fresh, blanched spinach, napped with a buttery emulsion and flashed under the grill, just enough to cook the oyster and glaze the sauce.
- Over the last five years he has explored the possibilities of hand-built, richly glazed ceramic sculpture.
- Place in a hot oven for a few minutes to heat them through and then put under a hot grill to glaze the sugar.
- The kiln that glazed them must have been the size of a bus.
- Lyra's eyes glazed slightly, trying to explain.
- And a lot of those things that you have mentioned are complicated and they make people's eyes glaze over.
- Then other Web sites started saying, there were discrepancies between the fonts and the way these were used, and stuff that would make your eyes glaze over.
- Today I made a big pot of corn and tomato stew and think I'll sit inside, watch the clouds and read magazines until my eyes glaze over.
- Or is the big bloke still waffling on till your eyes glaze over?
- His eyes glaze over when he tells me how he got to to this place.
- When performing, her eyes seem to glaze over, creating what seems to be a hypnotic state, both for the performer and the audience.
- Her sharp green eyes were glazed over and not focused as she stared down the wooden table.
- Her face was completely dry, her eyes not glossy or glazed with unshed tears.
- Her eyes glazing with tears, Martina stares at him as he walks behind her.
- But tell me, are your eyes starting to glaze over?
- Last night I was reminded once again that despite my best intentions, political discussions make my eyes glaze over like two yummy little doughnut holes.
- Her voice was firm, almost amused, but her eyes were still slightly glazed over.
- And if someone else does the arithmetic, most eyes will glaze over before anyone will ever get a chance to understand it.
- I watched his bosom heave, his chest swell and his eyes glaze over.
- Here, my eyes would glaze over as I flash backed to the summer I spent putting little purple microdot tabs of mescaline in my mouth, waiting for that hallucinatory high.
- Before your eyes glaze over and you run screaming to the mall, $4.50 latte in hand, think for a moment about how you will pay your bills when your career ends.
- Their eyes glaze over when you talk to them about the problem.
- I don't know, as I sat and listened to this particular woman share horror story after horror story, my eyes began to glaze over and I felt my soul leave my body.
- But frankly, too many facts and figures about corporations make my eyes glaze over and I expect yours would too.
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